January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month

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It was the Super Bowl that opened my eyes to human trafficking in the United States.

My home town, Indianapolis, hosted the Super Bowl last year and suddenly the media was full of stories about the problem of human trafficking and how it’s a big problem during large events, like the Super Bowl.

Human Trafficking has been reported in every. single. state. That means your state. Somewhere in your backyard right now, children are being sold into slavery or worse.

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, watch this PSA to find out how you can help.


And make sure to like UNICEF USA to find out more.

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About Kristine

I answer most proudly to "Cora's Mom." After losing Cora in 2009, I've become a passionate newborn health advocate. I'm also an author and speaker. Cora's story is also my story, as I carry her with me everywhere I go. Her memory will never die.